Feeling Festive and Cinnamon Butter

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It has finally hit me I am feeling festive. I suppose it was always going to be a delayed reaction this year. So much has happened in the last two months that honestly, the last this on my mind was Christmas. I don’t know if it was Joe singing Christmas songs this morning, thinking about packing for our pre-Christmas break, or our planned trip to the Christmas markets, but thankfully it is here I am finally feeling festive.

It has arrived later than ever before, but it’s here thank goodness, and now I can start to get my head around all that Christmas planning and shopping I need to do.
But let me start by sharing my first festive tip of the season. Cinnamon Butter, and oh my, it is amazing and so simple to make, and perfect to have ready in the freezer for festive snacks.

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Feeling Festive with Cinnamon Butter made with Clover #NothingArtificial
Cinnamon Butter Made With Clover #Nothing artificial

To make Cinnamon Butter you will need;

8 0z of Clover

1 tsp. of Cinnamon

2 tsp. of Caster Sugar

Mix the ingredients together, place in a freezer bag, then roll into a sausage shape and freeze.

Once frozen the Cinnamon butter can be taken from the freezer as and when needed and sliced into 1/4″ slices.

Serve on pancakes, toast, and fruit tea-cakes. It is delicious and oh so festive.

I have created this post in conjunction with Clover. Clover contains nothing artificial, is made from natural ingredients and is a healthy option for families. Check out Clovers Facebook page to grab a pound off voucher and try it for yourself.

 

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  • SarahJChristie

    Author of Extraordinary Chaos a family lifestyle and travel blog from a 50+ mum of boys, sharing Cricut Crafts and Free SVG Files, family travels, recipes, reviews and country living. Also the co-editor of Cruising With Kids Family Cruise Blog and Mini Travellers family travel blog.

4 thoughts on “Feeling Festive and Cinnamon Butter”

  1. This sounds so easy to make Sarah, and I can imagine it tastes lovely on freshly toasted bread. So jealous that you have a pre Christmas break planned. Have fun at the Manchester markets, and make sure you have a Baileys hot chocolate. That will certainly get you feeling festive x

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